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.c.. >> kimberly: hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle with bob beckel, eric bolling, andrea tantaros and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: so a lot of people think the democrats and the liberals are the people who care about the little guy. is that true? not necessarily. if you look at our education system. especially in urban areas. every parent wants their kid to go to best school possible, right? including private school and charter schools. but the fact is democrats including the president won't let them, because they owe political favors to unions. now romney highlighted that fact on fox and friends just this morning. >> he talks like he's for the underprivileged but when it comes from the money from the teachers union he is putting the campaign cash ahead of the needs of our kids. and we have to recognize it's time to put kids first, to get education on track, by giving people greater choice in schools, by making sure we reward the best teacher with great career and rising income. we know what to do to take the kids better. one more is di
wire.com. we'll see you our from now on fbn. good night. >> kimberly: hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle along with bob beckel, eric bolling, andrea tantaros, and greg gutfeld. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: president obama has been very busy lately, talking about social issues. taking more than a fair share of credit for killing bin laden. and meanwhile most americans are concerned about the economy. the president made another statement about it today. but there are still 12.5 million people who are unemployed. the national debt $16 trillion. and how about this new poll. nearly two-third of the country now believe the economy is not in good shape. lots of pessimism out there. with millions of americans suffering, the president is talking about the recession as if it's a distant memory. it was a house of cards and collapsed in the most destructive, worst crisis that we've seen since the great depression. sometimes people forget the magnitude of it. you saw some of that in the video that was shown. sometimes i forget. >> kimberly: he seems to have forgotten. >> eric: h
of it. you saw some of that in the video that was shown. sometimes i forget. >> kimberly: he seems to have forgotten. >> eric: his memory is full. he's been busy. if i can bring out my whiteboard. sorry. democrat's assault and battery and bullying. >> bob: you're lucky i didn't bust you for that. >> eric: so busy with marsh million, cloon and rocking with ricky martin, i don't blame him. he has been busy. i can believe he doesn't remember there are 12.5 million people out of work. you are so hostile. why are liberals hostile >> bob: you hit me with it in the head. >> eric: 500,000 women left the workforce since president obama took office. 500,000 fewer jobs at the same time. every lost job in three years has been a woman's job. on this mother's day maybe it would be good to spur work. >> eric: give momma -- >> kimberly: give mama a job. >> bob: >> the slide show. being julia. he will be the sugar daddy and take care of the helpless women who can't do it on their own. we get got checks all our liv lives. julia gets pregnant out of wedlock and then retires to work in a vegetable gar
." welcome to the memorial day special. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, andrea tantaros and greg gutfeld. we hope you have all been enjoying the holiday weekend. it's a time with many of us get together with our family and friends for the unofficial kickoff to summer. today is a day tribute to men and women fighting for the country. to those sevened and especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. we all enjoy the long weekend. but do we spend enough time thinking about those who sacrifice for our freedom >> kimberly: we make our plans and think about ourselves what we'll do over the weekend. the plans. but instead think about the people that have served honorably that have given their lives for us. the families especially as well. the sacrifice they made in terms of the loved ones serving overseas. important time of reflection. >> eric: what about it, greg? >> greg: it's important. the people who serve the country. but what about the people who make me look good? sergeant in the army, brian dempsey, was a sergeant who runs the teleprompter for "the
'm bob beckel with kimberly guilfoyle, eric bolling, dana perino, well, if you can believe it, the bow tied greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> bob: the greatest economic president since roosevelt opened his campaign in front of rapturous crowds. at the same time, the campaign released new comer initial nine battleground state to announce the amazing record of economic achievement and foreign policy success there. our auto industry is back, firing on all cylinders. our greatest menny brought to justice by our greatest hero. our troops are home from iraq. instead of losing jobs, we creating them. over 4.2 million so far. >> bob: meanwhile, the campaign of the pretenders to the throne romney almost releass most video. silence, where he has been on moth issues. >> i'm not seeing sunshine in here. >> transportation warehouse is where we lost the jobs. >> terrible number. >> job creation numbers fall for the third straight month. >> it's not how we're doing today. it's how we will be doing tomorrow. >> bob: now i dedicate that opening to my brother eric
but do we spend enough time thinking about those who sacrifice for our freedom >> kimberly: we make our plans and think about ourselves what we'll do over the weekend. the plans. but instead think about the people that have served honorably that have given their lives for us. the families especially as well. the sacrifice they made in terms of the loved ones serving overseas. important time of reflection. >> eric: what about it, greg? >> greg: it's important. the people who serve the country. but what about the people who make me look good? sergeant in the army, brian dempsey, was a sergeant who runs the teleprompter for "the five." if it wasn't for him, i'd screw up the monologue every day. he does a good job. part of the program. fox news, they get jobs and they do a great job. if you have an opportunity to hire a veteran, you should do it. >> eric: great idea. andrea, bob? >> andrea: memorial day is my favorite holiday. not because it's the kickoff to summer, it's important but to honor troops. all the patriotic holidays. veterans day, another day off and it is but there is more
, that is not what you were going for. >> bob: bruce springsteen is aging rock star. >> kimberly: but he doesn't have bad job numbers. >> eric: what do you say? >> greg: charles barkley, a guy who never won an n.b.a. championship. who is the real loser here? most of his dribbling is done now behind a wheel of a car. he has been pulled over for drunk driving. so shut up, bald guy. >> kimberly: my gosh. >> eric: a very big bald guy. >> greg: he'll never find me. i can hide under anything. when i see him coming, i will run. here is the thing, obama has to look at this in a different way. look at america. he is the boyfriend that wants, that wants to get back in with his ex. for the past four years he has been bad. he needs to prove to them that the next four years will be better. i have a list of excuses or platitudes i've used. if you want we can take it slow, i want you to be happy. that works. i've done a lot of thinking and you're right about everything. >> kimberly: that is very helpful. >> greg: another. i've been such a fool. how could i have treated you so badly? >> kimberly: true. >> bob: how m
big. >> eric: hello, i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: there is justice in the world and injustice. in a kill shot, one bullet to the head and th and one in the t of the world's worst terrorist, for president obama to take political cred in an election year. >> i said i'd go after bin laden if we had a clear shot at him and i did. >> he took the harder and the more honorable path. than the one in my opinion got the best result. >> the president made a clear grave decision in power the remarkable men and women of our military to get and kill usama bin laden. >> i think americans around the world are glad he's gone but we don't need to spike the football. >> eric: fail to mention the navy seals and the intel to pull off the mission and most importantly the reason we were ever in a position to kill bin laden to declare a war on terror by the bush administration. so/i'll do it for you. thank you, seal team six and c.i.a. intelligence gathers and thank you george bush and dick c
with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, eric bolling, the monster greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: all right. big news today. but we're going to analyze it a little bit. here is the reason this is considered news. let's listen to what president obama said in 2008 when he was running for president. >> define marriage. >> i believe that marriage is a union between a man and a woman. now for me, as a christian -- [ applause ] for me as a christian it's also a sacred union. god is in the mix. >> dana: last sunday, vice president biden was on the sunday shows and he said he personally believed in gay marriage. there was a kerfufle from the white house saying there is no difference. three days later we actually had one of our very own co-hosts, bob beckel, had this to say yesterday. he predicted something that happened today. >> bob: i think the politics of it are very good, frankly, for obama in targeted states. now where he is comes down on it, i'm not sure. in the end he'll be for it. >> dana: so bob, you had that right. to me, i think president o
is an easier call to make. or chance of collateral damage. >> kimberly: predator drone in pakistan -- >> bob: we do it every day. >> kimberly: i'm telling you, that's not how the mission would go. they had knowledge of it. if they made the call. and the situation, yes, the credit should go to the navy seals. more importantly, the intelligence gathering accomplished through the bush administration who had the foresight to understand that it was through this intelligence that we would be able to pinpoint and identify his location. and cheney, who everyone is requestic to criticize and loathe to praise, was the one who supported the enhanced interrogation that led to the killing of usama bin laden. and clinton didn't take the shot. it would have been more compelling if he told the truth. >> bob: hold on. hold on. >> greg: this is why we can't have nice things. the fact is, if you apply for a york you pit it on your resume and not under other hobbies and interest. this is up there on the first page. i got bin laden. if he hadn't gotten bin laden. you know the republicans would have used that. le
tonight. >> eric: hello, i'm eric bolling, with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: we love our icons, heroes, buy stuff they endorse to be like them and we even try to look like them. kardashians, ryan seacrest, the donald, bromwich, kobe, all american brands and all rich because we made them rich. take this week big news makers and money makers. zuckerberg, dimon and downey junior. >> for the first time ever in a single day, we have half a billion people use facebook. half a billion people. [ applause ] >> we have the widest and deepest capital in the world. >> no offense, i don't play well the others. >> who are you? >> billionaire playboy philanthropist. >> start us off with zuckerberg. $16 million. more power to you. 900 million people on facebook. >> greg: he makes something that everybody uses. he makes toilet paper for the ego. imagine if you own the right to toilet paper, you'd be worth trillion dollars. it makes sense, so many people use it. look at accruing wealth the way you look at profess
them for achieving. >> eric: some say $16 billion may be a pedestal. >> kimberly: this is what free market, capitalism is about. you can come to this country. if you're not weighed down with regulations you can do something an make money and create jobs. stimulate the economy versus people expecting hand-out. i have something against these people. i don't love facebook. it drives me nuts. but glad for the innovation, creativity. nothing against all three of them. >> eric: she makes a great point. innovation, creation, versus taxation. regulation. >> bob: i think you have to give him credit. i'd get someone else to be a spokesman but it's a genius idea and it works. i still don't understand the toilet paper. >> dana: scott or charmin. >> greg: yeah, my space is sandpaper. >> eric: let's talk about the other guys to make billion on facebook ipo. going to declare himself no longer citizen of the u.s. and move overseas. >> dana: he wasn't subtle about that. but he'll save $67 million. that is human nature. he earned it. if he wants to live in singapore, they don't allow gum chewing, or
pole, greg gutfeld. joining me now she could charm a squirrel off nut truck. kimberly guilfoyle. more tails than tuxedo. bob beckel. pop flies to market, eric bolling. america's sprinkle doughnut. dana perino. 5:00 a.m. in new york city. 3:00 a.m. in bill hemmer's slave pit. this show is packed tighter than a pregnant pole vaulter. so let's do this, america. ♪ ♪ >> greg: all right. so we keep hearing about what is fair game when it comes to criticizing candidates. i never notice a trend. never mind then compromise. when media went after mormonism, conservatives respond with reverend right. never mind then. when they brought up something from romney's past 50 years ago, conservative just read obama's book out loud. never mind then. it's a pattern. the issue becomes off-limits if it bounces back on obama. trust me when private equity become's obama's problem, bain will disappear faster than dana in a strong wind. fair game is dictated by the media. think about what they deem off the table. take the support for ows or how he snubs congress mooning mg about the lack of cooperation. s
the stories would have been different. >> greg: nothing to see here. i want to ask kimberly. here is the thing. when you go to play a game, you don't go to compromise. you do to win. isn't that the point? so when somebody tells me you can't do, that that's wrong, right? >> kimberly: look, it's healthy to have a vetting on both sides. i don't understand why we continue to act like president obama sacrosanct with his candidacy to run for re-election. why not put the facts out there? they love to do it, relish to do it with romney or other people against him in the past and now focusing on romney. there is a double standard. he is so mr. perfect it's -- >> bob: sacrosanct? they have him eating dogs. >> kimberly: he is the one that did it. >> eric: george bush -- >> bob: george bush had more good press after 9/11 than obama ever got. he has never come close to getting that press [ right here and right now because i think what will happen, you will -- >> greg: here, i want to go to you about speaking of fair game about b abin. let's roll a clip of some democrats talking about it and then i'll go to
. >> kimberly: a nice touch. eric? >> eric: i stood here, eight minutes the president spoke. he gave his speech. 28 minutes of q&a. six questions, three on afghanistan, one on the g-8 and one on chicago. the most important one for me, at least politically was the question on corey booker. he spent the most time on that one. talked about the difference between private equity and big government. said private equity isn't necessarily the right way to go. there is an important, a line he said. 4:38 eastern time he said the campaign is going to be about this. that is important because if president obama wants to make the campaign about bain capital or private equity is good or bad, he will have a tough time. there are people out there, including corey booker and steve ratner, his car czar and harold ford junior another democrat that says don't make it about that. they may see a divide in the party if they want to go forward with it as it is. >> kimberly: get to greg and then bob bats clean-up. >> greg: the real hero here is me. [ laughter ] i stayed away. it was tough. i feel bad for "the five" view
so a lot of you can be home. be on o'reilly slam dunk. >> kimberly: hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino and andrea tantaros. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: we begin with planned parenthood new push to slay the 2012 election. just as new video surfaces from inside one of the clinics. the pro-abortion group political arm endorsed president obama today and pointed out this ad as part of a campaign to brand mitt romney as being antiwoman. >> do i believe the supreme court should overturn roe v. wade? yes. >> he is saying the right to make medical condition. if the campaign can't support equal pay protection. romney is putting your paycheck at risk. planned parenthood is responsible for content and the advertising, because mitt romney is out of touch and wrong for within. >> kimberly: take a look at this video, shot by pro-life live action at planned parenthood clinic showing a counselor advising a woman on gender selective abortion. terminating the pregnancy if it's a girl and not a boy. >> do you wan
, everybody. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: well, a risky move by president obama. he wants to talk about jobs. not the jobs he vaporized since taking office but instead going after mitt romney's tin your at bain capital. >> bain capital walked away with a lot of money. we view romney as a job destroyer. to get up on national tv and brag about making jobs when he has destroyed thousands of people's careers, lifetimes, destroyed people. >> he is running for president. if he is going to run the country the way he ran our business, i wouldn't want him there. he is so out of touch with the average person in this country. how could you care? how could you care for the average working person if you feel that way? >> eric: boy. with that, president obama declared the season on negative attack ads open for business. what if it's smart for president obama to bring the focus of jobs back in the fray. after all, he is the guy that lost the most jobs under his watch since jimmy cart
and the advertising, because mitt romney is out of touch and wrong for within. >> kimberly: take a look at this video, shot by pro-life live action at planned parenthood clinic showing a counselor advising a woman on gender selective abortion. terminating the pregnancy if it's a girl and not a boy. >> do you want to terminate it if it's a girl. >> kimberly: what a surprised. planned parenthood fired this particular employee, but this isn't the first time something controversial has been uncovered at one of the clinics. let's start with the politics. bob, does it help or hurt president obama to be associated with a group like this to get their endorsement? >> bob: are we sure we don't have any more of the undercover ad? >> kimberly: fresh out. >> bob: absolutely it does. put planned parenthood in context here. only 3% of the activity is abortion. most of the activity has to do with a cervical cancer detection and breast cancer. there are millions of women who are alive because of planned parenthood. a number of children in prenatal care, the first weeks of life, have been healthy because of planned pa
. kimberly. how can you support them, engaged in violent acts, terrorist acts against the country? >>bob: i do not believe the occupy movement as a whole supports anything like that. kimberly: that is what they doing, they did not do this at the tea party, with the riot gear. >>eric: you say a small percent are willing to commit a terrorist act. we have rape. vandalism. breaking, windows, throwing molotov cocktails, threats to bank, and now a terrorist plot. it does not sound like a small percentage but a much higher percentage of the tea party who were violent. >>bob: there is a slight generational difference, here, between the two, but during the vietnam war protests almost all of that and more happened and some i was responsible for, but we did that because that war was wrong and it was proved to be wrong, and, yes, there was a lot of violence around the movement and a lot of it was despicable but the message and the reason we were marching was right. the war was wrong. like the 99-1 is wrong. dana: on vietnam you can understand, and what they were trying to achieve. but, inequality is g
to serve. >> kimberly: this is a fox news alert. breaking news in the corruption trial of former democratic presidential candidate john edwards. edwards has been found not guilty on one count, but the judge declared a mistrial on the other five. fox news correspondent jonathan serrie is standing live outside the courthouse in greensboro, north carolina, with the latest details. jonathan, what happened? >> right now, the judge is meeting with lawyers on both sides of the case to go over the post verdict motion. earlier today, jury, a knock on the door of the jury room. the jury was invited in, at which point they announce that they reached a verdict on only one of the counts against john edwards. that was the count that hemmingedly accepted illegal campaign contributions in 2008 from rachel bunny melon. they announced they could not reach a verdict on the other five counts. realizing they had not cop up with a unanimous verdict, the judge sent them back in the jury room w while she met with the lawyers. the prosecution wanted the jury to continue deliberating. the defense wanted the judge to
. >> kimberly: jonathan, this is interesting. after only 45 minutes the deliberation, judge sending them back in. on what we call a dynamite charge saying please continue to do your duty, go back in and deliberate further. they seem to have the right language to say they don't feel a verdict could be reached despite more deliberation going forward. but no indication, the news reports we're getting is no indication whatsoever whether or not they're going to retry the hung counts. have we heard any mention of perhaps how they were hung on the other charges? >> yeah, we don't know how they were hung on the other charges. but let me tell you throughout the investigation and according to some of the testimony, some of it allowed in court, much of it not allowed in court. there was not agreement even among government officials whether a donation to a third par that is then used to hide mistress, extra marital affai affair, federal presidential candidate, whether that qualifies as a federal, as a campaign finance violation. the justice department believes it was a violation. but other fcc trying to get
it through. [ laughter ] >> she puts the cute in prosecute and i'm with kimberly guilfoyle that airs right here on "the five" and fox reported weekend saturdays and sundays right here on the fnc. bill schultz, you think she contestant in the hunger games right now. he is considered pioneer but sadly george carlin is no longer with us but joe derosa is called the turn. sun and nobody cheers when he appears, hello. >> today, and this is a movie that costs a lot. don't smoke pot. andy? >> awful. >> you are awful. >> you don't use the words like that. >> i said you are awful. >> what does that have to do with the lord's name. >> you said the god word, as well. >> i speak of california man forgotten in a holding cell for days and suing the government for $20 million. last month, daniel was picked up nine suspects in a drug raid and brought to a windowless room. and u.c. student said he was left there to drink his own urine to survive. he had a white powder that turned out to be meth. and fourth day, he broke his eyeglasses with his teeth and contemplated killing himself. he tried to cover a mes
with the board of education in the next school year. >> next, i would like to introduce kimberly hope. >> my name is kimberly ho, i'm an upcoming scene here and i am part of the young asian women against the violence. along with advocating my peers, i look forward to working with the s.a.c. >> thank you, kimberly. arianna ling. [applause] >> good evening, everyone. i am an uprising senior at third good marshall high school. it is my greatest honor to be appointed by school to represent my school and the students of the advisory council. i know of the successful resolution is from last year and i can't wait to see what we can bring to the table this year. >> next, i would like to introduce andrew wang. [applause] >> hello, my name is andrew wang. i look forward to working with the s.a.c. >> next i'd like to introduce jessica suyen. >> i will be a senior next year. of afford to making all the schools better by working with you guys. >> next of like to introduce a car when -- darwin velasquez. >> good evening, and i will be a senior next year. i go to george western high school and i am excited to b
, and kimberly, he has more tails than a tux story, bob beckel going great handling mitt to discussing one, and eric bolling, and dana perino. let's do this, america. >> you have heard of president obama's internet campaign, the lie of -- the life of julia, a fictional woman who relies on the government for having a job, having a baby, getting cared for. she starts with head start. and the slides show that with romney they would not exist. what is missing? a husband? julia is married to the government. he is with her every step of the way. maybe this is the composite girlfriend we have been hearing about. but substitute anything else for the government and you get a junkie, booze, a hopeless drunk, and government assistance junkie and anyone the government assists that much, they control, proving that the bigger the government the smaller the citizen. and that means julia is smaller than me and dana combined. and you remember the highlights cartoon comparing a good child to the foolish counterpart? here is why i love julia the most never has the choice eastbound dependents and individualis
, and based on her, and kimberly, isn't, this is kind of a big deal because diversity is what liberalism is about and she has been using it to her advantage. >> it is a bad move on her part, so she needs to rectify the situation it is disrespectful to other minorities she is saying she wanted to get invited to a certain party so she checked that and she wanted to make "friends." >> that is more alarming, she, the campaign was so inept on the 5th try they came up with the final one they are trying to stick with. that says more about her. >>bob: eric is 50 percent apache and he has not taken advantage of it. dana: aren't we all 1/32nd. >>eric: if she had a native american name it would be "dancing with baloney." she accused scott brown of being rich and she is far wealthier, and we have her talking about, from a clip, why she kept lifting herself. >> the directory i was listed in the directory because i listed it myself. >> what does this mean? >> it was a long time ago i was listed because i thought i might be inviteed to meetings where i might meet more people who i had grown up with and
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